Ethics awareness programme for interns (2016-17 batch) was conducted on 29/04/2022 in collaboration with Telangana state medical council. Dr. B. Raj Sidhardha, executive member of Telangana state medical council addressed the students and explained about the importance of medical ethics rules and about punishments for violation of ethics.
Dr. Ch. Jyothika Reddy who secured highest marks in final MBBS part I and II is selected for gold medal sponsored by Telangana state medical council.
White coat ceremony was conducted for first MBBS 2021-22batch on 29/04/2022 .Smt. Puvvada Jayasree, Secretary, MES and Director Dr. Puvvada Naren, Director graced the occasion. Importance of white coat in medical profession, duties and responsibilities of doctor were explained to students. Cheraka Oath was administered to students by Dr. B. Anuradha, Vice-principal MMC. HOD’s of pre and paraclinical departments and Dr. P. Srilakshmi, SWO participated in the programme and addressed the students.
As a part of the foundation course competitions were conducted in Essay writing and drawing. Prizes were distributed to winners and runners by Smt. Puvvada Jayasree, Secretary, MES and Dr. Puvvada Naren, Director, MES.
- Orientation Programme for 2021-22 batch was conducted on 06/04/2022.
- Dr. B. Anuradha (Vice Principal), MMC, informed the students about the rules and regulations of the college and explained about the importance of competency based Medical education circullum.
- HOD’s of Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry explained about the importance of the Basic Sciences and introduced the faculty.
- Dr. P. SriLakshmi, SWO and Dr. Ravi Prasanna KH spoke about rules and regulations of Hostels.
- Dr. B. Anuradha VP, MMC presided over the Medical Oath that is Charak sapath by all the students.
- All the students were taken to visit departments in the college, hospital and library facilities.
- All the students of 21-22 batches participated actively with good interaction
Human body is called moving museum itself.
Human Anatomy is taught by whole-body dissection wherein the students in medical colleges get a chance to dissect the cadaver as a part of their curriculum.
A cadaver is a dead human body that is used by medical professionals and other scientists to study anatomy, identify disease sites, determine causes of death, and provide tissue to repair a defect in a living human being.
These cadavers were alive once and did their bit of service to mankind and even after death they are doing the same. So, we should respect those who voluntarily donated their bodies for the welfare of future generation. Cadaver is considered as first patient, first teacher and silent teacher as learning through cadaveric dissection helps students build teamwork while learning
Cadaveric Oath is a pledge that a medical student takes before touching the cadaver in the dissection hall; the oath emphases on proper handling of the cadaver, paying tribute to the soul and to knot the idea of empathy in the young medicos’ minds.A cadaveric oath becomes an essential part of medical curriculum to express student’s respect and gratitude towards donors and their families.
Dissection of cadavers started in 3rd century but it was more during 18th century. Burke and Hare murdered 16 people realizing the profit and sold the bodies to Robert Knox’s Anatomy classroom in Edinburgh and even robbed the graves. After the prosecution, the dissection of cadavers was legalised in 1832 by creating Anatomy Act for Voluntary Body Donation. In India, the act was enabled in 1948 in Maharashtra.
The cadaveric oath programme was first started in 2018 in Mamata Medical College Khammam with the objective of sensitising the new medical students to respect cadaver as their first teacher.
World Health Day 7 April is World Health Day It is celebrated annually and each year draws attention to a specific health topic of concern to people all over the world. The date of 7 April marks the anniversary of the founding of WHO in 1948.. Every year a different theme is selected keeping in mind the global public health concern. WHD theme for 2022 is Our Planet, Our Health. The focus on this WHD is to take urgent actions to keep humans and the planet healthy and build a movement to create societies focused on well-being.Chief guest Smt.Puvvada jayasree garu given a inspirational health talk on personal hygiene, sanitation, nutrition, plantation ,physical exercises,avoiding junkfoods and plastic usage,water management and motivational speech to protect our family, community, country in all aspects. Partcipants: Dr.B.Anuradha(Vice principal), Dr.B.P.Ravikumar(Prof & HOD Dept.of Community Medicine), Dr.P.Srilakshmi (Associate Professor Dept of Biochemistry & Student welfare Officer) Dr.K.NitheshKumar (Professor Dept.of Community medicine &NSS programme officer)Faculty members from other departments,Postgraduates, Interns & 1st MBBS students